Normally I’d be preparing for our first workshop of the season today, which we always run at Aysgarth. So, as all of our spring workshops are now postponed until next year, here’s a post for the workshops blog looking back at a few March visits to Aysgarth over the years…
Last Week’s Shoot – Force Gill
With a week of damp and dreary weather forecast I was looking for a new waterfall to photograph, so I decided to head to Ribblehead and have a walk up Force Gill having spotted Low Force, Force Gill from the path ascending Whernside when I was doing the Yorkshire Three Peaks walk a few years […]
Workshop Report – Bolton Abbey May 2019
Here’s my workshop report for the Natural Light Workshops blog on our recent visit to Bolton Abbey – we had a great day’s landscape photography with ideal light for spring woodland and moving water at The Strid!
Happy New Year!
I’m now back in the office and looking at plans for 2019, so I thought I’d share a few images from January 2016, which seems to be the last time I had a winter trip up to Ribblehead – so perhaps that should be on the cards for this month! I’ve got a few calendars […]
Bolton Abbey in Autumn
A few recent images from Bolton Abbey posted on the Natural Light Photography Workshops blog – as we’ve just wrapped up our eighth year of workshops there with some lovely autumn colour! There are more workshop posts on the Natural Light Photography Workshops Blog and full details of the 2019 season of workshops on the […]
Happy Yorkshire Day!
To celebrate Yorkshire Day today here are just a few images from my favourite shoots so far this year. The featured image above is Haworth at dusk – as it’s just two days since Emily Brontë’s 200th birthday! I’ve also picked a dusk shot from the renovated Piece Hall at Halifax, Leeds Town Hall from […]
Yorkshire Dales Workshops 2018
Our 2018 workshops season is now under way, so here’s a quick round-up of what we’ll be up to this year… This will be the eighth year of Natural Light Workshops, which I run jointly with fellow Yorkshire photographer Sam Oakes. We’ll be going back to old favourite locations at Malham with a great choice […]
Natural Light Workshops 2017
As we’ve now finalised the 2017 schedule for the workshops that I run jointly with fellow Yorkshire photographer Sam Oakes, under the Natural Light Photography Workshops banner, I thought I’d have a quick look at a few of my own favourite places (and times) throughout our workshop season… When we first set up the workshops […]
Last Week’s Shoot – Stainforth and Winskill
Last week’s shoot was actually a workshop recce for Natural Light Photography Workshops along with Sam Oakes and his dog Ella, a black labrador, and proved to be quite a fruitful day for waterfall images… We parked in Stainforth and walked up the old Goat Scar Lane which rises steadily up towards Catrigg Force waterfall. […]
Yorkshire Autumn Images
I’ve just given the blog a new look with an improved layout (I hope!) and have changed the fonts and colours across the blog and the main website to make them more consistent. With bringing the blog and website closer together in mind, I’ve also created a new blog category for Latest Work in which […]